The latest season of HBO’s Game of Thrones is nigh at hand, and thus we resume our “watch”! What does the show look like now that it is forced to carry on in absence of new books by creator George R.R. Martin? How will our spoiler section change and adapt? Where are all of our beloved characters as we left them, and what do we think will happen next? All these questions and many more are covered, and don’t forget; we’ll start our SpoiLore podcast this Friday with a special spoiler preview edition, where we’ll speculate with in-depth book knowledge and cover casting clues and spoilers from the trailer. It’s not too late to get feedback in for that one, so use the links below if you want to get in on the discussion!
We’ve watch the trailers (see number one and number two), read the press, and are appropriately hyped for season two of Netflix’s man without fear, Daredevil. How long will the confrontation with the Punisher last, how does Elektra and the mysterious Hand organization fit in, and has everybody forgotten about Kingpin already? Next Friday, March 18th, our coverage begins! We’ll have new episodes every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday out until we run out of them to podcast on. Can’t wait, see you then!
It’s looking like Season Four of Netflix’s House of Cards is going to be Frank v. Claire, no holds barred. Are you ready? Jim and A.Ron discuss the upcoming season, our coverage of same as well as our thoughts on Beau Willimon’s upcoming departure from the series in this brief preview podcast. See you back tomorrow for coverage of the first three episodes!
AMC’s “Better Call Saul” is back next week, and we’re ready for it. Join us for a review of season one, what we’re expecting for season two, what unspeakable sex crime a “Hoboken Squat Cobbler” could be, and our thoughts and yours on the future of the show. See you back for the premier Monday, Feb 15th, and the following Wednesday for our full podcast coverage!
We’re back to discuss the new seasons and some changes to our coverage going forward. The Instant Cast is out, in favor of an accelerated Monday full podcast. But that’s not all, as we discuss reasons to be cautiously optimistic about the new season, as well as reasons to fear. And we get fired up over some recent revelations about Frank Darabont’s departure from TWD way back in season two. It explains a lot of what’s had us scratching our heads over the past few years. All this, plus some casting news and plot detail discussions in our clearly marked Spoiler Section, and feedback from our readers. See you all back Sunday for the premiere!
Greetings X-Philes! Jim and A.Ron begin their coverage of the six episode mini-series version of the X-Files with a bit of a preview podcast, to get the feeds primed and pumping for this weekend’s premiere. We discuss our history with the X-Files, favorite episodes, and hopes and fears for the weeks ahead. Our coverage of the first episode airing on Fox the evening of Sunday, January 24th, will be out Tuesday, January 26th! See you then.
Jim and A.Ron are ready for Fargo season two to start next week, and to get the ball rolling we have a mini-preview / roundup of casting news, plot outlines, early advance reviews, episode titles, and a bit of feedback. Fargo begins this coming Monday, and our podcasts will be out each following Wednesday. See you then!
Jim and A.Ron look forward to checking in on the Garvey’s and meeting the Murphy’s in season two of The Leftovers, returning to your television this Sunday on HBO at 9pm. We’re pumped up due to Alan Sepinwall’s recent review and interview of show runner Damon Lindelof, so there is a ton to talk about. The mysteries of Jarden, Texas, the differing points of view featured this season, and what the heck is going on down in Australia? We don’t have a lot of answers, and Lindelof says he doesn’t either, but at least we’ll all have fun watching. Er, I mean, at least we’ll all sob our selves to sleep after watching.
Season 2 is almost upon us and we’ve read other people’s reviews of the first 3 episodes, which means we’re 100% equipped to judge the season as a whole.
Dragons and swords and shit.